Jul 7, 2016

MAC Fashion Pack Collection Eyeshadow Palettes - She's a Model & Runway Worthy - Swatches

MAC Fashion Pack Makeup Collection - Runway Worthy - Shes A Model Eyeshadow x 9 Palette - Swatches
MAC Fashion Pack Collection - Eyeshadow Palettes ($32 each at Nordstrom)
She's a Model - Runway Worthy

Among all the products MAC makes - and they come up with an astonishing number every year - the eyeshadows are my favorites, but I almost always prefer to pick up singles/refills of eyeshadows and make my own palette.  While it's definitely the best way to ensure I don't end up with colors I don't use (or multiple black shadows), some of MAC's premade palettes, especially the smaller 9-eyeshadow palettes seem like a good buy.  The individual eyeshadows are smaller sized, but I have rarelynot used up any eyeshadow until now, so for someone like me this does seem like a good buy, plus they are the perfect travel-size.  MAC Fashion Pack collection features two such eyeshadow palettes - a purple- and plum-heavy Runway Worthy palette and the neutral/brown-leaning She's A Model palette.  Both these palettes have 9 small eyeshadows in a smallish square palette with a see-through top.  Scroll on for more photos and swatches.

MAC Fashion Pack Makeup Collection - Runway Worthy Eyeshadow x 9 Palette
MAC Fashion Pack Collection - Runway Worthy Eyeshadow Palette
MAC Fashion Pack Makeup Collection - Runway Worthy Eyeshadow x 9 Palette - Swatches
MAC Fashion Pack Collection - Runway Worthy Eyeshadow Palette- Swatches
MAC Fashion Pack Makeup Collection - Runway Worthy Eyeshadow x 9 Palette - Swatches
MAC Fashion Pack Collection - Runway Worthy Eyeshadow Palette- Swatches
MAC Fashion Pack Collection Eyeshadow x 9 Palettes - Shes a Model
MAC Fashion Pack Collection - She's A Model Eyeshadow Palette
MAC Fashion Pack Collection Eyeshadow Palettes - Shes a Model Swatches
MAC Fashion Pack Collection - She's A Model Eyeshadow Palette - Swatches

Of the two eyeshadow palettes, the Runway Worthy palette seems the better pick.  The eyeshadows all are equally pigmented, and I love the colors included in the palette.  These eyeshadows would work well for a soft daytime look and for darker smokey eye makeup looks.  While the same should apply to the more neutral-toned She's A Model eyeshadow palette - and I am a neutral eyeshadow girl here - but the eyeshadows did feel slightly dry and difficult to swatch.  My experience is limited to the testers in store, though, so I couldn't tell for sure.  The colors are a good mix of golds, browns, taupe, and I love the deep shimmery bluish black color in the palette.  I also feel these eyeshadows would perform well layered over a decent eyeshadow primer (hardly anything lasts on my lids without a primer, so that's really not an issue for me).

At $32, I think both these palettes are a good buy.  I liked the mix of colors, I love the size, and overall, I do think these palettes are definitely better than some of the pricier, luxury brand palettes I have tried.  The quality of the eyeshadows might not be the same as some of the MAC full-size eyeshadows/refills, but these palettes sure are a convenient option.

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